Question about 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to clean seats
I ALSO HAVE A 2006 PT AND WORK FOR A CHRYSLER DEALER. THEY USED THIS MATERIAL IN PT AND JEEP AND IT IS TERRIBLE TO CLEAN. THE ONLY PRODUCT THAT WE FOUND THAT WORKS IS WOOLITE CARPET CLEANER IT IS CARRIED BY WAL-MART IN A GRAY SPRAY BOTTLE AND SAYS PET + OXYGEN ON THE LABEL. IT IS WITH CARPET CLEANERS NOT AUTO. YOU NEED A MEDIUM BRISLE BRUSH AND NEED TO DO THE COMPLETE SEAT YOU CANNOT SPOT CLEAN THESE IT MAKES IT WORSE. AFTER THERE ALL CLEAN AND DRIED GOOD ADD A COAT OF FABRIC PROTECTOR IT WILL KEEP THEM CLEAN A LITTLE LONGER
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
SOURCE: Water on floor board
The drain tubes are a definate possibility, but, usually you will see a water mark on the headliner. The panels are fairly easy to remove, if it has assist handles you will need to remove the rubber or plastic plugs that cover the screws, then remove the screw and gently pull out and upward on the panel, it has metal clips that snap into the sheet metal but it also will have a plastic hook to locate the bottom of the panel, you don't want to break this. This will allow you to check the drain tubes. Also don't rule out the windsheild itself. Especailly if it has ever been replaced. Sometimes there is an air bubble in the sealer/adhesive tube they use to secure the windsheild, if not caught and filled in it will cause a water and or air leak (this happens from the factory too).
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
SOURCE: sun/moon roof switches
The switches are removable without taking out the headliner. If they have never been taken down then it might be a little difficult but the switches shouls snap right out.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
In that case either the drain tube is partially clogged or the drip pan has a leak. Clean the hose with a long tie-zip from underneath the car and look for the origin of the leak under the dash - if you can see it you can plug it.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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